December 1, 2013

The Breakfast carrot.

Enjoy:



Subtle "aw" moment at 0:30.

16 comments:

America's Politico said...

Good video. Reminds me how the Clintons enjoy the voters.

The Clintons are coming.
The Clintons are coming
To the White House, To the White House.

The Clintons are coming.
MSM gave them the red carpet.
Voters game them the red carrots.

The Clintons are coming.
To the White House. For now and for ever.

ddh said...

Are cultivars like carrots part of squirrel culture?

rehajm said...

Christmas present for the cat?

Revenant said...

Ugh, tree rats.

sinz52 said...

ddh asked: "Are cultivars like carrots part of squirrel culture?"

Squirrels have proven to be highly adaptable to new environments and habitats.

They routinely raid all sorts of (human-designed) bird feeders.

And they can learn new lifestyles:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fHT1nAX46dM

53c2ea1e-5ab0-11e3-9407-000bcdca4d7a said...

WTH kind of squirrel is that? I think it's a prairie dog.

53c2ea1e-5ab0-11e3-9407-000bcdca4d7a said...

WTH kind of squirrel is that?!? I believe it's actually a prairie dog.

53c2ea1e-5ab0-11e3-9407-000bcdca4d7a said...

WTH kind of squirrel is that? I think it's a prairie dog.

VaneWimsey said...

WTH kind of squirrel is that? I believe it's actually a prairie dog.

53c2ea1e-5ab0-11e3-9407-000bcdca4d7a said...

WTH kind of squirrel is that? I believe it's actually a prairie dog.

openidname said...

WTH kind of squirrel is that? I believe it's actually a prairie dog.

openidname said...

Sorry for the sextuple post. It's not my fault. The commenting system was giving me error messages and the comments weren't showing up.

YoungHegelian said...

I think that's a prairie dog, too.

Squirrels have long, bushy, tails for balance & keeping warm. Also, their ears are "outies" with an external fur-covered pinna like a cat or dog. Notice the ears on the critter in the video -- prarie dog.

Broomhandle said...

Yes, it's a whistle pig. Hey, she's a lawyer, not a zoologist. Cute when it sits back.

Broomhandle said...
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YoungHegelian said...

@Brommhandle,

Hey, she's a lawyer, not a zoologist.

Actually, the Professor made no claim at all. I think it was someone else who labeled the video as being about a "squirrel", not her.

So, maybe she's guilty of species misidentification, but I think the case would have to be dismissed for lack of evidence.